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Perhaps we should list the important advances

* Proof of FermatsLastTheorem

** Wiles and Taylor

* Invention of calculus

** Newton and Leibniz

* Solving the cubic equation

* Solving the general quadratic

* Quintic can't be solved

** Galois

* Angle trisection is impossible

* Cube duplication is impossible

* Continuum hypothesis is both true and false

* Larger infinities

** Cantor

* Eulerian paths

* Complex numbers

* Quaternions

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What follows is now on TimeLine

* 700BC

** ~~624BC Thales born

* 600BC

** ~~569BC Pythagoras born

** ~~547BC Thales died

* 500BC

** ~~490BC Zeno born

** ~~475BC Pythagoras died

** ~~427BC Plato born

** ~~425BC Zeno died

** ~~408BC Eudoxus born

* 400BC

** ~~355BC Eudoxus died

** ~~347BC Plato died

** ~~325BC Euclid born

* 300BC

** ~~287BC Archimedes born

** ~~276BC Eratosthenes born

** ~~265BC Euclid died

** ~~212BC Archimedes died

* 200BC

** ~~194BC Eratosthenes died

* 100BC

* Year dot

* 100AD

* 200AD

* 300AD

* 400AD

* 500AD

* 600AD

* 700AD

* 800AD

* 900AD

* 1000AD

* 1100AD

* 1200AD

* 1300AD

* 1400AD

* 1500AD

** 1564 Galileo born

** 1571 Kepler born

* 1600AD

** 1601 Pierre Fermat born

** 1630 Kepler died

** 1642 Galileo died

** 1644 Ole Roemer born

** 1643 Isaac Newton born

** 1665 Pierre Fermat died

* 1700AD

** 1707 Euler born

** 1720 Ole Roemer died

** 1727 Isaac Newton died

** 1728 James Cook born

** 1779 James Cook died

** 1783 Euler died

* 1800AD

* 1900AD

See

* http://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/Timelines/index.html